Cantine Elvio Tintero

Cantine Elvio Tintero

Langhe Arneis 2015

High acidity, minerals, hint of lemon. Great value. — a month ago

Cantina Vignaioli (Elvio Pertinace)

Vigneto Nervo Barbaresco Nebbiolo 1996

Holding up and ready to be drunk. Lots of sediment. Dried red fruits and herbs. Lovely balance. — 2 months ago

Azienda Agricola Elvio Cogno

Cascina Nuova Barolo Nebbiolo

Freakin superb. Most balanced, approachable Piedmont I’ve had in a while. More elegant and tends towards slightly lighter fare than the expected. Maybe it’s the year because y’all are rating way lower than I... — 3 months ago

Cantine Elvio Tintero

Sorì Gramella Moscato d'Asti 2017

Lovely, just fun and sweet and bubbly crisp. Our first of this kind of wine. We had this with pasta that was very spicy and it was great. And low alcohol! From Westborn Market. — a month ago

Cantina Vignaioli (Elvio Pertinace)

Barbaresco Nebbiolo 1997

A 375 of ‘97 Barbaresco = unbeatable start to a winter meal. Gorgeous and caramel-brown in the glass, light and multilayered. — 2 months ago

Gaurav Tiwari
with Gaurav

Azienda Agricola Elvio Cogno

Ravera Barolo Nebbiolo 2013

This wine is firm and elegant. Rich tannin and aroma of plums, a hint of tobacco and black chocolate. — 3 months ago

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Azienda Agricola Elvio Cogno

Vigna Elena Barolo Nebbiolo 2007

Tasted over two nights. First night loved it - scored 93. Nose of figs (most prominent), mint and anise. Second night very different. Nose of iodine (or msoy sauce), mushrooms and pepper. Cherry palate. Not quite as interesting second day. Rated it 90 — a month ago

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Cantine Elvio Tintero

Grangia Rosato Rosé Blend

Bright and lovely wine! Unexpectedly playful and pleasant effervescence. Floral notes of jasmine and honeysuckle as well as fruit elements of strawberry, pineapple, and dragonfruit. Would be a great choice for a warm summer day with people who don’t enjoy bone dry rosés. While it’s a very solid wine for the price, it’s on the upper side of sweet for me (but with the caveat that I prefer very dry wines). — 3 months ago

Tom Stewart
with Tom